For a region having a relatively small population, Central New York is extraordinarily rich in history and culture.
Centuries before the first European influences, Central New York was - and remains - the heart of the Haudenosaunee.
Upon construction of the engineering marvel that is the Erie Canal in the early 1800's, settlers flooded across upstate New York resulting in Syracuse growing from a population of about 600 in 1819, to more than 100,000 in 1900!
Because of our long history and diversity, Syracuse and all of Central New York has been a hub of progressive thinking and action. This has resulted in the creation and strong support for a wide range of cultural and entertainment-oriented institutions - just a few of which are featured here (links at right).
The bottom line is that if you can't find something of interest to do practically any day of the year here in Central New York you're not trying very hard!
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